Ubisoft has launched the second big update to try and address the major issues of Far Cry 4. 

Far Cry 4 has gotten yet another significant patch to fix its significant gameplay problems, Ubisoft announced. Ubisoft has gotten a lot of heat recently for the sloppy errors and glitches of Assassin's Creed Unity. Combined with Far Cry 4 (and possibly The Crew next week), many people believe that the developer rushed the development of its major games released this month just to get them out on store shelves in time for the holiday season. Factor in the fact that Assassin's Creed Unity's reviews were embargoed until after the game was released, and many fans feel letdown by Ubisoft.

"We are still working at improving your gaming experience and will keep you updated of upcoming patches in the near future," said an Ubisoft rep.

Well, that sounds familiar.

This patch for Far Cry 4 will attempt to address issues with the game's shop menu, quick time events, radio, progression page, subtitles, random crashes and gun accuracy. Hopefully it fixes the strange immortality that a lot of Kyrat's wildlife has. As of now, the patch is only available for the Xbox versions of Far Cry 4, but the PlayStation and PC versions of the patch are expected to launch soon.